what should do with this?

Discussion in 'Cubase' started by The Truth, Nov 1, 2004.

  1. The Truth

    The Truth Guest

    The Truth, Nov 1, 2004
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  2. The Truth

    Steve Wilcox Guest

    Not bad for a Noob . . . . . .

    First thing - that side stick or whatever it is thats being used as a
    click - replace it with a closed high-hat or tambourine or something like
    that. Try to imagine that you're a percussionist being asked to accompany a
    singer / guitarist playing "Michelle" - what sort of instrument you gonna
    use to provide a nice gentle rhythmic backing to the track ? Bet your life
    you wouldn't choose a horrendous "Click Click Click" on the side of a snare
    .. . . . . .

    If you've got The Renaissance reverb a nice hall reverb on the whole mix
    will sound cool . . .

    Try a Renaissance compressor on the vocals - Start with the presets, and
    adjust by ear, but always raise the output gain until the yellow light is
    just illuminating on peaks - this'll warm things up nicely. . . . PSP's
    Vintage warmer is my current fave on vocals - they may have a demo version
    on their web site if you wanna give it a try . . . .

    I'd also suggest listening to the original track a little more - some of
    your guitar chords are incorrect, and create a dissonance with your voice.

    All the best !

    Steve Wilcox
    Steve Wilcox, Nov 2, 2004
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  3. The Truth

    The Truth Guest

    thank you very much my friend
    The Truth, Nov 2, 2004
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